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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT203H5
Professor
Heather Miller
Semester
Summer

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Chapter 3 Forces of evolutionBreeding Population a group of organisms that mate within the group Population a group of interbreeding individuals of the same species sharing a common geographic area Gene Pool the sum of all alleles in a population at a particular timeproblem in defining populations is determining the difference between the total census population and the breeding population those who breed HWE established framework to understand the genetics of populations bring together Mendels and Darwins ideas There is a simple theoretical relationship betweenallele frequencies and genotype frequencies in agiven population Allele frequencies will not change from generation togeneration in a given populationGene frequencies are constant from one generation to the next unless acted on by evolutionary forcesNatural Selectiontendency for individuals with traits beneficial to survival and reproduction to pass those traits alleles on Natural selection happens when there aredifferences among gen
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